On a system that has zones enabled, a non-global zone can be associated with one resource pool, although the pool need not be exclusively assigned to a particular zone. Moreover, you cannot bind individual processes in non-global zones to a different pool by using the poolbind command from the global zone. To associate a non-global zone with a pool, see Configuring, Verifying, and Committing a Zone.


Ths implies that if you know how to limit/configure a resource pool, you've probably answered the question you're asking.

If I understand it, you'd:

* configure a resource pool
* set what limits (or lack of limits) you want it
* associate it with a zone [or project or task etc]

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